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In the news: Top state school pupils likely to do better at university than privately-educated peers, report suggests (5/11/2015)

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Research suggests that state school pupils with top grades are more likely than those from private schools to achieve a first or upper second-class degree. The study has also found that an A* in STEM subjects at A-level is a good indicator of success in a range of degree subjects.

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